Cadillac’s first electric vehicle is the Lyriq, an electric SUV that has just started shipping to pre-order holders.
The Celestiq electric luxury sedan comes with a seating configuration for four people. Just like other electric vehicles released by GM, the Celestiq uses GM’s Ultium platform but stands out with exclusive Cadillac features.
We can see a touch of Cadillac-style luxury in the craftsmanship of the vehicle as it is handmade and costs a lot of money. The Celestiq is priced at around $300,000 which makes it unlikely that it will sell in high volume.
Cadillac first mentioned its flagship electric sedan in 2021, with a supposedly smart glass roof.
Cadillac describes the Celestiq as “a vision of innovation and purpose that showcases the brand’s handcrafted and all-electric future flagship sedan.”
From the interior, the Cadillac Celestiq has a large 55-inch screen featuring a special “electronic digital sunshade”. The screen is said to prevent the driver from seeing the screens of passengers, who can watch movies while driving.
Each passenger in the back seat also gets their own screen. The smart glass roof has four zones that can be adjusted as needed. There is no technical information about Celestiq yet.
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